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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 29, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRfDGE DAILY HEII/T,T5 MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1920 M. .en:-Y CkmSki AdTcrtitcraaiU ou need not be out of work now. Pick your job from '^Situations V Bcnto for This Pag� Must Be in O.fice by 10:30 to Appear the Sane Dtjr-25e aa iMerliMi hr 25 Words tr Uio-Six Timet lor the Price of Four-MUST BE PAID PAID IN ADVANCE InKiatcUaiKlsin Vauxhall District These lands are among the beet In Albert*, and when farmed ander proper irritation method* are Roing to make iho Vnux-hall District one of the wealth-leet on the American Continent. Lands are Selling at Prices from $40.00 to $75.00 per Acre. Whkh IncludeF wntor right, and are the cheapest buy in Western Canada from a production standpoint. Wo own the land-wo want feel Farmers and It yon fail to eee this district before you buy, rou wil! always regret it. We own our own Townsltes. and have Ja�t pluci-a the Town of Vauxhail on the market. Th'i, town -will be the logical shipping point for a district containing 50,000 acre* of irrigable land, and thouid become a good commercial ecntre. L.ote are eelling at fl40.00 to $250.00. All prices caih. Wrlt^ for Pamphlets and better still call and see us, and let us show you over these lande. Canada Land & Irrigatinn COMPANY. UMITED. LAND DEPA.RTMENT HEAD OFFICE: MEDICINE HAT - ALBERTA OH MAN By BRIGGS FOR SALE (Copyright. New York Tribune, Tnc.) FARMS FOR SALE (When Replyine Mention The Herald^ 4S0 ACRES-Adjoining Commerce; fine land; 160 ready for crop. Buildings worth $5,000. 340 acres come under the flitch. Price $41.00 per acre. 40 ACREIS-Nine miles east of city; all improTed. For half what other land around it is held at. Irrigated improved land from $75.00 to $100.00 per acre. Two pieces irrigateu land to trade for dry. Six houses for sale, from four rooms up to nine rooms, at half the price it cost to build them. T. M. HUFF INVESTMENT CO. Room 10. Alberta Block. ONLY TEN MORE DAYS TO BUY THESE GOOD FARMS. FOR SALE OR RENT-Half-section of improved land, four miles easi of Pincher Creek. Apply H. W. McDon-ald. Pincher Creek. -Vlt.a^^ 92-12 FOR sale-^Vest Ko. Fo.-particulars, apply D. Hyslop, P.O. lioj; 1821, Winnipeg. Man. 74-.10 SPECIAL STOCK RANCH 640 ACRES-All broken In ,7une and | July last, and now ready for i seed; close to Lethbrldge; 20' bushels will make you $38,000 and pay for the section. NOBLEFORD-800 acres, 480 ready for crop, 1 mile and half from town, elevators and school;' most modern and best buildings In Alberta; $15,000 will handle. RAYMOND-480 acres half mile from town and school; half irrigated and In hay; balance ready for crop except 30 acres; two re-Bervolrs and springs; good buildings; ideal farm and home. COALDALE-1257 acres Irrigated; lOiJO cultivated and full water right; price and terms right. COALDALE-Several V4 and '4 sections of irrigated land from $71 up. See our list. SHEEP LEASE-Two townships lease and 320 acres of freehold; 15 miles of water front; 2500 acres can be cultivated; live stock! can be purchased. See this it you arc looking for a good ranch. COALDALE-781 acres, 200 broken: balance prairie; JIS acre; good terms. CALOARY-5 sections of prairie land, good soil, steam plow proposition, north of Calgary; $23 per acre; terms. RED WILLOW-800 acres, well improved, near Red Willow; .=j50 j acres of summerfallow; this I farm should pay for itself in j one crop; price $52 an acre; terms. > : ? ? : : : : >?>? > ? ? 14,000 acres of leased land, 14 years yet to run. Fair buildings and good corrals. Well fenced, with lots of springs and lakes. Plenty of hay can bo cut on this lease. This lease has been rested for a year and For sale on easy terms, ISO ? acres of land in the New Day- ? ton district, 86 acres under : cultivation, good well, small > buildings, and fenced. .$700.00 ? cash, balance half-crop pay- > ments, with interest at t">%. > UNIVTilRSAL AGENCIES,  Suite 1, Alberta-Block. ? 86-0 > .MIXED FARMING-Tlie C. p. R. has still some choice lands in vrell-settlod districts in Western Canada for sale at low prices; twenty years fo pay; irrigated lands in Sunny Southern Alberta, with loan of .$2,000 in Improvements to assist new settlers. Act now -they are going fast. For free booklets and full information, write Allan Cameron, General Superintendent of Lands, C. P. R., 905 1st St. East, Calgary. Ad Y FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) FOR SALE-Doherty organ, cabinet design. This is a splendid buy. Call and get our price. Boer payments. Mason & Risch, Limited, Balmoral Block, LethbriGge. 92-1 FOR SALE-A Uupe-colored broad cloth suit. Good hn new. Apply Box 135 Herald. 92-0 for SALE-Baby carriage, In excel lent condition. Can We seen at 542 5th St. S.. or phone '1757. �  87-6 FOR SALE-One oak. hall .seat with mirror practically new. Also one oak dinner wagon, new. Call 1025 in the evening for appointnient. 7!-Oi for sale-Two white canvas awnings of 12 and 21-r6ot lengths; also a quantity of used lumber. Apply Ry-lands & Co. 90-3 ? : : : : > ? ? ? ? ? > ? : >>�> BIGGEST SNAP NOW OFFERING � > > ? � .> ,> A .> ^ 4i > for S.\LE-Enjoy your evenings at homo. A Musola cabinet phonograph and your choice of one dozen records, will enable you to do so. This Cabinet and twenty-four selections tor $120.00, cash or easy terms. Willis Pianos, Limited, 707 3rd Ave. S. 92-6 LAND TO RENT OVlion V.eplylng Jlnntlon The Hernld) TO ItENT-^TrHgatod quarter, improv" (Hi. Act quick. Dowsley I^nd Agency, .")th St. S. 89-0  WANTED TO BENT-^ or'i;i section of land, 180 acres or more ready for crop, with some buildings and water; have outfit and money to run place. Could summerfallow or break baUnce. Apply Box 69 Herald. 8342 Wanted to rent-a farm of 160 or'320 acres with buildings on. a. E. Kaeler, 635 5th Street South, Leth-bridge. Phono 1828. _ _ 81-12 ^ WANTED TO RENT-Man with some capital and farming experience wishes to rent farm for this season where horses and machinery would bo fur-. niahed, or would go in with some far-1 mer who desires financial assistance, in the way of seed and feed and could uee help of a good man. Apply Box IRRIGATED I AND One quarter-section, six miles from ] city, 40 acres alfalfa, 59 acres stubble, j ."5 acres summerfallow, including 1 equipment. Valued at $3,500. $11.', j per acre; terms. 38 acres irrigated land, 3 miles from city and close to mines, $4100; $700 will handle, easy terms. 10 acres irrigated land, four miles from city, $100 per acre, $350 cash, balance 1 or 2 years. 20 acres irrigated land 6 miles from city, $85 per acre, $600 casli, balance terms. 30 acres irrigated land 5 miles from city, $80 per acre, $600 cash, balance' 1, 2 or 3 years. TO UENT-;i20 acres, 2Mi miles from town, fenced, no buildings. Must be plowed Cor wheat. T. M. Huff, Room U). Alberta Block.__90-6 T(J RE.NT-^-rfii) acres land, to party who (m)uUl plow and disc same for flax. Owner will supply seed, pay some cash, do iiU other work including harvesting and hauling, and give one-liaU crop. Apply Itox 145 Herald. 92-1 W. M. HAURIS AGE.NCY, Sherlock Bldg. Phone 1343. Firo Insurance and Real Estate. --------..........-.^ 8a-U^fficrtFa^sli't'iin ,~ihie~"to take shorthand, deslroa position. Apply P.O. Box 172, Fnrnie, H.r. 92-6 WANTED-By marrieli' couple.^'il'tua-tion on farm for summer. Two children, youngest two years. Good references. Apply P.O. Box 27, .Magrulh, Alta. 92--G I ADS GET RESULTS for SALIi-Complete blacksmith and woodworking outfit, five horsepower motor, nO-pound hammer, shafting and pulleys, large drill and dies, wood-turning lijthe, 22-inch; circular saws and table: Everything for a tirBt-class outfit. Apply 1401 4th Ave. N. 87-6 > ! > > > : ^ ^ 4> > : : .> > * �-^^^  ^^4>4^ �  ? STEAM COAL  ? steam coal. We ara handling  > BKCKBR & YATES,  ? Phono 1384.; ? ? 90-0  FOR SALE (Agricultural) (When R�plylnf Mention The Herald) FOR SALE-New milch cow; fresh six weeks. Apply 1701 2nd Avenue A North or phone 1369. 87-6 FOR SALE-One 12-h.p. Heider trac-tor, Tery cheap for cash, or will trade. J. C. Baas, phono 1743. 92-6 TO RENT (Continued.) TO RBNT-A ftimlshed bungalow, fully modern, "by April 1st. Phone 160�-__�-? to RBNT-Brick cottage, 5th Are. A' North; six rooms, and fully modem. Phone 1702. 89_6 f^O RENT-Kumlshfed fight housekeeping rooms, newly renovated, with gas, and use of phono. Apply 615 6tb St. South.  ____87-6 TO RENT-Three unfurnlahed rooms', suitable for light housekeeping; no children. Apfrly ,^5 7th Ave. S. _____________ TO RENT - Furnished room's fo'r light housekeeping; all conveniences. Apply to 1218 6th Ave. A South. Phono 1247 in mornings and until'3 p.m.. also evenings. 91- *1�    �  '>  : South; large sanitary steam >  heated rooms for rent by day  ^ or week. Reasonable prices. ^  Entirely under new manage-  81-0 ?   SITUATIONS VACANT (When Replying Mientlon The Herald) WANTED-A general servant; no washing. Apply Mrs. R. T. Brymnor, 652 11th Street South. 88-6 WANTED-A capable maid for a fam-lly of four; good wages. Apply 721 3rd Street South. 88-6 WANTED-First class maid, highest wages paid. Apply Dr. L. A. Roy, 1307 4th Avenue South. 91-6 WANTED AT ONCE-All office boy at the Dallas hotel. Apply manager, Dallas hotel. 87-0 WANTED-A girl or woman for gen-eral housework. Good wages to right party. Apply 313 7th Ave. A, South. Phono 1799. 89-3 FOR SALE-One single driving harness, almost new; $20.00 cash.. Apply W. Wishart, Teeple's Store. 92-0 FOR SALE-Holder tractor and Oliver plows, used very little, $1,250. Apply E. E. Everall, care of Evorall's, Ltd. _69-0 FOR SALE-Sawyer-Massey (in fine shape) steam outfit, 30 h.p. belt, boiler pressure 175 lbs., tandem compound; Oaar Scott separator, 8 gang plow (new); cook and bunk car; tank, price for quick sale $2600; terms. Dowsley Land Agency. 91-0 for S'ALEP^Tne good all-around horse. Apply 1409 lat Ave. n. 87-6 MILLINER WANTED-One who has had some eitperience in showroom preferred. Apply Miss Johnston, 309 6th_Jlit^ S. �-__87-6 WANTED-i.*. good maid for general housework. Wages $40.00 per month. Apply 1249 4th Ave. S.- Phone 1259. _____ ___92-0 WANTED AT ONCE-Married coiiplo and two good'single men for farm, for season of 1920. Must be experienced Siato v.-aijes c:tpoctecl, to Box 393, Purple Springs, Alta.  74-12 WANTED BY APRIL ist-Night clerk for hotel, single, middle-aged man preferred, Must be capable and reliable. Apply Box 27' He.-ald. ' 89-0 WANTKD^A canable general servant; no washing; higli wages. Apply 614 ] lUh St. S^________78-0 j \VANTED-Good general blacks'mi'th ; to locate in Orion, Alberta; good i place for right man. Enquire C. Dil-i leriback, secretary Board of Trade, Orion. Alta. 91-6 for SALE-300 bushels of Hax. Apply J. & A. Johnston, 426 13th St. N. 90-0 for SALE>-Few young sows. Cue to farrow in a short time. Apply J. Roller, near McLean School, east of the Jail farm, or write p.o. Box 725, city. 90-6 WANT'ED-Housekeeper to work on farm near Lomond, one in family, with one cow to milk. Wages, $30.00 per month. J. j. Shaw, Sr., Lomond, Alta. 89-6 FOR SALE-One team of work horses, coming fire years old, about 1,200 pounds eaeh. Apply R. L. Lough, one mile east and 3^ miles north of Coaldale. 90-6 FOR SALE, CATTLE-10 yearlings, four two-year-old heifers and steers, four young cows, also one registered Poll Angus bull, rising four years old. Call and inspect. J. a. Jochcm, Milk River, Alta. 91-6 WANTED-Stenographer, bookkeeper, must be reliable, eflicient and fair education; write giving full particulars stating experience and salary expected in first letter. Apply Box 67 Herald._______91J-6 WANTED-A ;hoU8ekeepeF'aFonce~by a widower with twO'chfldren, ages two and threo. .AVUl. |>ay good wages. Phono John Kople^ :Rural 208, Mac-leod, after 8 p.nj,, orl.Avrlte John Koole, Pearce, Alta. � !t2-6 FOR SALE-Two good teams of heavy work horses, well broken, gentle and true; from 6 to 8 years old; weight 2800 and 3000 lbs. These horses have been well wintered, are in good fair shape and will be ready for the spring work. Cheap for cash. Any . one wanting some good, well broken horses should write Box 119 Herald. 83-u - I ? ? A �> ? A ^ ? � ?  � : �: FOR SALE good about Threo Pure Bred Hereford Bulls, three years old. Also small band of young ewes, will lamb May Bth. C. RABV, Livestock Denier. 323 7th Ave. S., Lfjthbridgo. 89-6 ? ? ? ? ? WANTED-Exporfenced farmer to put in 300 acres crop,;, 1,919 breaking, in good shape, for wages � and share of crop. Seed and feed furnished if necessary. Well located. P.O. Box 902, ' _ _1_'_ _____^'T*' WANTED-Teacher with first or second class professional certificate, for the West Lethbridgo Consolidated School District, No. 10. Duties to i commence ou April Isl. Apply, stat-i ing salary expected. Robt. Crawford, ' Secretary-Treasurer, General Delivery, I Lethbridge. 90-6 * > > * ? ? ? ? *> : : > ? : > ;� WANTBD-^Man, with or witnont Ford car, can make big money sailing Ford accessories. ExclUBive terrttor)-. Standez systems, S87 Yonge St.. Toronto, Ont.^_' . 87-6 WANTEi>-Oood girl or woman for boarding house. Must be able to cook. Good wages. Apply Mrs, A. N. Ma-loney. Experimental farm. ' 90-6 WANTED AT ONCE-Good girl jr woman, to cook on farnV; close in. nice home, and steady lob to rights party. No washing, and good pay. Write P.O. Box 939. Phone Rural COE. 90-6, WANTED-Young mkn to learn kusi-ness, inside work, steady employment. Replying, give age, addross, and wages required. Apply Box. 48> Herald._____ 90-� WANTED-Middle-aged married ihan, experienced in gardening, stnell dair}-, and farming. Will pay wages and give share of proceeds from cows and crops. C. p.. Daniel, phone 447,, or call at farm, adjacent to Experimental Farm. 87-6 GOOD WAGES FOR HOME WORKI We need yoti to make socks on the fast, easily-learned Auto Knitter. -Experience unnecessary. Distance Im >  GARBUTT MOTOR SCHOOL LIMITED CITY PUBLIC MARKET BUILDING, CALGARY Motor mechanics, YnlcMiiters,' bat> te)7 experts and oxy-welders rcceirs big pay. Many of our last winter's class are in business for themeelrc* and are doing well. Others are receiving good salaries. . It you want to be sure of permanent and profitable employment, if you want to change your present occupation^ take a coursa at the Garbutt Motor School. These are the courses wo teach and teacli thoroughly-Automobile and Traclor, Vulcanizing, Battery and Ignition, and Oxy-Weldlpg. Our principal, C, C, Hendersori, was formeriy irith tho largest motor school in the Unifed States. If you cannot pay cash we have a plan whereby you can pay after you graduate. DAY, AND NIGHT CLASSES Men Wanted ! We want'200 men at oiaee to leara a trade at the Hemphill Government Chartered Trade Schools. Learn Auto> Gas Tractor Engineering, Vulcanising, Welding, Battery Work, or Barberlng. Big pay and easy work. Great chance to get in business for yourself. Big demand tor Uemphlll graduates. Only takes a tew weeks to learn. Quit laboring, become a tradesman. \Vrtt4 today for beautiful tree catalogue ir> Hemphill Trade Schools, Ltd. 228 Ninth Ave. E., Calgary. Branches In all largo Western Cii:oj and U. 8. A. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS (When Replying Mention The Hernld) WANTBD-A drake, any kind. Apply Box 27, Magrath, Alta. 92-1 WANTED - Secondhand typowriter Reply, stating price, condition, etc., to P.O. Box 538, city. 90-0 WANTBD-Fresh milk cow, guaraii teed extra good milker, Jersey pr* ferred. J. C. Bass, phone 1743. 92-6 WANTBD-JMan with gas outfit wishes plowing and breaking. Apply J. Zimmerman, 731 16th St. N. . 90-6 WANtED-^50 used typewriters, for cash, EveraWs, Ltd,, 3rd Ave. S. __2__^_ 67-0 WANTED-Good brood sow~ to farro'w about April 15th. Farm Products, Ltd., Sherlock Building. Phones 777 or 1060. ____89-3 WB~PAY HIGHEST CASH FRICES For gent's clothes and furs. Phone 1736 at once, or cnU 710 3rd Ave. 3. 68-28 WANTED-Teams to haul coal. Apply Federal Coals Limited, Suite 1, Hill Block. 81-0 j. .> i> .> .> ^ .g, ,g, .>.> ^ ^ DON'T Throw away $ I $. We positively pay the highest prices tor your old anil slightly worn clothing. Phone 1449. or_apply_114 5th St. 8._ WANTED-Bre'aking, fn vicinity" of Legend, Foremost or Skiff. Have eight-plow outfit. Can put in orop. Address Box 02, Foremost, Alta. _______74-C6 WANT 110USFjH"OL1� FUHMTIJUET .ETC. Nothing too largs or too sma'.l. Take no chancer. Wo pay cash. Call u8 last and get top price. We buy, sell, and exchange. City Secoud-Hand Store. Phone U28^___43-0 ? >"> '�>> � * ? ? WANTBD ~ Household goods > and office furniture, any quan- ? titles. We pay the � highest > price. We also sell and ex-^ change anything in this line. ^ ? City Seoond-Hnnd Store. 406 ' ? atU St. S. Phone 1488.  > . , � 89-O::, * ?  I a^.------- ;